What is big data? [infographic] – Holy Kaw!.
Custom taxonomies are a useful add on when you are creating a custom WordPress site that’s more than a blog. When combining custom taxonomies and custom post types just right, you can create any kind of website using WordPress. via How to use custom taxonomies in WordPress | Developer Drive.
I love this: Design Explosions: Mapping on iOS — Design Explosions — Medium.
Leo Mirani is getting tweeted around this morning for his piece in quartz that points out that 80% of the Web is dominated by just 10 languages: Internet access doesn’t fully explain the imbalance. The Middle East scores much lower than you would expect, given how many people in that part of the world are are […]
Google’s new design language, material design, makes its debut this week in Lollipop, the latest version of Android. It brings a bright new look to phones and tablets. But to hear Google’s designers explain it, material design is something far more ambitious than a new coat of pixels. By combining relevant rules from the world […]
How to Understand Your Computer – The New Yorker.
Responsive design, which allows designers and developers to build websites that adapt to every screen size, is one of the most empowering web tools to be adopted in the last decade. But adapting to the screen is only the first frontier of a new, responsive web. Today, users expect online experiences that not only […]
Today, our apps are basically self-contained castles. Walled off from every other app, you have to open Google Maps to find restaurants in your area, then you have to open up Yelp to search its reviews, and then you have to load Safari to search what Kow Soy is because everybody on Yelp says you […]
The HTML5 <video> element makes embedding videos into your site as easy as embedding images. And since all major browsers support <video> since 2011, it’s also the most reliable way to get your moving pictures seen by people. A more recent addition to the HTML5 family is the <track> element. It’s a sub-element of <video>, […]
There are plenty of great plugins out there that can help you get your visitors more involved in your blog. Some are simple: they let your users submit content they think is useful, or make it easier to have a real discussion in comments. Others are more complex, on par with full-featured social networks like […]